Movie Reviews Archive

Watch Trailer And Clip For ‘Man Made Epidemic’

In “Man Made Epidemic”, writer/director and mother Natalie Beer interviews doctors, scientists and affected families to uncover the truth about the autism epidemic and what role vaccines may play. Beer seeks to find out if pesticides, vaccines and other environmental factors are instrumental in ...Read More

Movie Short Review: ‘Falsified’

Greetings again from the darkness. Is it possible to focus on our future without knowing our past? “The Lost Children of Francoism” (also known as “Los Ninos Robados”) is the label applied to the systematic snatching of nearly 300,000 babies from the 1930’s to ...Read More

Movie Review: ‘Shot’

Shot Review by Mark Merrell Shot is a very powerful, thought provoking film. Mark (Noah Wyle, ER, Falling Skies, Donnie Darko, Pirates Of Silicon Valley) is a sound editor, living in Los Angeles, California. He works long hours, weekends, practically married to his job. ...Read More

Movie Review: ‘Literally, Right Before Aaron’

Review by Jacquelin Hipes Attending the wedding of a recent ex requires either a supernaturally healthy platonic relationship, or else an equally uncommon predilection towards masochism. Considering that Adam (Justin Long) hasn’t spoken to his former girlfriend Allison (Cobie Smulders) in months, it must ...Read More

Movie Review: ‘Last Rampage’

In July of 1978, a convicted murderer named Gary Tison escaped from an Arizona State prison, with the help of his three sons and cell mate, Randy Greenawalt. Nearly 40 years later, Last Rampage recounts these events and the few days afterward as Gary ...Read More

Movie Review: ‘One Buck’

Review by Mark Merrell In a small town in Louisiana near the bayou, a police detective, Harry Maggio (John Freeman, Redemption: For Robbing The Dead, Luna, Road Wars) is trying to track down a serial killer. Harry is facing several personal issues. Just after ...Read More

Movie Review: ‘Friend Request’

Review by Monique Thompson Laura is a popular college student who graciously accepts an online friend request from Marina, a young social outcast. To everyone’s shock, Marina takes her own life after Laura decides to unfriend her. Soon, a disturbing and mysterious video appears ...Read More

Movie Review: ‘Stronger’

Greetings again from the darkness. There is a fine line between getting chewed out by your Costco supervisor one day and having the country claim you as a hero the next. Just ask Jeff Bauman. On April 15, 2013 Jeff was near the finish ...Read More